Daniel Radcliffe loves rap, and he has been listening to Eminem since he was young. The fact that an actor is good at memorising intricate lyrics isn’t that much of a surprise, but props to the former boy wizard for braving a performance of the Blackalicious tongue-twister “Alphabet Aerobics” on TV. And, well, f**ken nailing it hard. Nice American accent, too.
Logic’s “Under Pressure” music video starts out in a diner, much like Tarantino’s 1994 cult-classic “Pulp Fiction,” but then takes a turn playing out like a first-person shooter video game. During most of the six-minute mini-movie, Logic and his crew appear in black masks, armed with heavy artillery on a mission to steal diamonds!
It’s been way too long since we’ve posted the extremely talented Dylan Taylor. Thankfully he is back with a brand new banger covering The Walking Dead’s classic intro music on the drums. Watch it now, show some love and leave your thoughts in our comment section!
Rapper Matt Colwell, known by his stage name 360, has come under fire after a controversial appearance on ABC’s television program Q&A last night, during which he suggested that “racist bigots” in Australia have led him to identify the country’s flag with racism. “There’s so many racist bigots in this country and they’re everywhere… The Australian flag to me… I now identify that with racism,” Colwell said during the episode. Do you agree with him? Leave your thoughts in our comment section now!
After debuting the song on “Sons of Anarchy,” Yelawolf drops the powerful video for “Till It’s Gone” off his upcoming album Love Story. The Alabama spitter sails through the bayou while telling his fellow men to man up. The visuals show one father taking care of his baby, while another loses his life. Yela can also be heard alongside Eminem, Slaughterhouse, Bad Meets Evil, and D-12 on the upcoming ShadyXV compilation, which drops November 24.
The 2Cellos duo go H.A.M. with this impressive live rendition of ACϟDC’s ‘Back In Black’. Epic!
She may not be able to hear the music, but she can certainly feel its impact. A video filmed at TomorrowWorld, an electronic-music festival that took place in Atlanta, Georgia, last weekend, captured a heartwarming moment between two friends. The footage shows one of the girls signing lyrics to Gareth Emery’s song “U” to her friend, who is apparently deaf, during the festival.
When 17-year-old L.A. rapper Jamal Gutierrez (a.k.a. A-F-R-O) released a controversial freestyle on R.A. the Rugged Man’s YouTube channel last month, no one seemed to believe the kid’s multisyllabic rhymes were spontaneous. “This sh*t is not only written but very well rehearsed,” went the top YouTube comment. But whether his previous performance was off the top or not, A-F-R-O came back a week later to clear up any doubt that he can actually freestyle. How do you know it’s legit? Because the Rugged Man just starts throwing objects—and people—at the kid and watches him incorporate them into his lyrics.